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3 days ago

Sr. Account Executive

Grayling Seattle, WA

We are looking for an Sr. Account Executive to join our Seattle team! Duties: • Serve as day-to-day contact for media • Influence and garner… Grayling

4 days ago

Account Executive

Grayling Seattle, WA

We challenge conventional thinking to deliver stand-out campaigns that shift attitudes and change behaviors. We understand that word-of-mouth… Grayling

13 days ago

Consumer Media Specialist

Grayling Los Angeles, CA

The Consumer Media Specialist serves as a media relations expert and is responsible for managing the delivery of effective and creative media… Grayling

23 days ago

Account Director - LA

Grayling Los Angeles, CA

A seasoned PR professional with experience working with tech businesses people know and other businesses strive to be. In addition to being the best… Grayling

14 days ago

Intern - H3O

Grayling San Francisco, CA

At H3O, the Intern provides public relations support for the account services team, including writing and proofreading promotional materials… Grayling

14 days ago


Grayling Palo Alto, CA

Grayling provides a progressive and open work environment. We combine a strong intellectual and operational framework, excellent support tools, and a… Grayling

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    Former Employee - Account Executive in San Francisco, CA
    Former Employee - Account Executive in San Francisco, CA

    I worked at Grayling full-time (more than 3 years)


    I loved my co-workers and there are some exceptionally smart and talented people in San Francisco. Grayling has great benefits and I loved the flexibility and being able to work from home.


    I loved my supervisor but there was no leadership in San Francisco otherwise. A new MD was hired but had no presence in the office. For months, I didn't know who she was. When we were Atomic, there was pay for performance and that seemed to be eliminated with the merge. It seemed that a lot of people on my team were waiting for approval on their annual reviews, which used to be consistent. The culture was once fun but has changed a lot and not for the better. It became uncomfortable and tense. The office being cramped and overcrowded only made things worse. I had high hopes and was excited about the merge but my hopes quickly diminished. Moving on was the the best option.

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    Hire leaders who are available to staff. Pay for performance. If you don't invest in your staff, they will go somewhere else.

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